11-30-2008, 10:19 AM
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Honestly, if I were you I'd do this:
Tank 1: Put your guppies and your molly in. Then you could get 6 pygmy cories (they stay small and are light on the bioload). Lastly, you could either get a small school of the rasboras OR a few more male guppies or mollies. That would put you at the limit your tank could take.
I would not do the pleco, they simply get too large and produce a lot of waste relative to their size.
I would also not do the danios, they are just too active for a small tank.
Tank 2: Get a divider and make sure that it is secure. Then put your female betta and another one in each side. Cut the opening part of the lid in half or keep the water level low to prevent jumping during feeding time.
I would skip the live plants. Go for silk, they are much less of a headache especially if you are new to keeping fish themselves. Maybe later on when you have the fish thing down pat you can upgrade to planted tanks.
Hope this helps.